Sikhs protest against Indian occupation of Punjab


AMRITSAR: Sikhs in India on Monday protested against the Indian occupation of Punjab. The protestors demanded independence for Punjab, Kashmir, Nagaland and other occupied areas, reported Media.
The Sikhs living in New York also declared India a terrorist state as Sikhs exposed the true face of that country. Sikhs also protested in Amritsar against the Indian occupation of Punjab on the occasion of Heart of Asia Conference.
The protestors reiterated their demand for independence of Kashmir, Punjab and Nagaland.
The Sikh community in New York said that India killed around 150,000 Sikh youth during the last 30 years in acts of state terrorism. They said that the Indian government’s attitude with Sikhs and Muslims was nothing less than terrorism.